**Understanding the Layers Window**
You can easily add and delete layers. To add a layer, follow these steps:
1. Select the new layer in the layers window.
2. Click on the Add Layer button on the bottom right of the layers pane. A new layer called 0 will appear in the layers pane.
3. Click anywhere in the image that you wish to display on this new layer.
4. Select that part of the image that you want this new layer to display and go to Edit>Define Layer Mask.
**Figure 2.4** : Creating a new layer using the steps outlined above
**Figure 2.5** : Adding a new layer using the Add Layer tool
_Image courtesy of Alina Solovyova_
Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Photoshop Elements: The Basics
These two programs are available for both Microsoft Windows and macOS. The Mac version of Photoshop and Photoshop Elements come with a preset region of interest for cropping out a selection from the image.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use Photoshop Elements to crop images and edit photos.
Learn how to use Photoshop Elements
Let’s get started.
First, launch the Photoshop or Photoshop Elements application.
To do this, click on the Photoshop Elements (or Photoshop) icon in the top-left corner of your screen (next to the date).
The interface will look like this:
Once you click on the Photoshop Elements application, you’ll see a menu of commonly used programs:
There is a folder icon in the top-left corner of the image editor window. This will help you save your graphics, so that you can access them later. There is also a “File” icon, for easy access to a variety of image formats.
Double-clicking on these files will show you a preview of the image before you edit it.
You can also access Photoshop Elements online. It is the same Photoshop Elements that you install on your computer. You can access it through Adobe.com.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to edit and crop images.
Step 1: Use the Crop Tool to Edit Images
Photoshop Elements let you edit an image in a number of ways.
You can use the Crop Tool, which is located under the Window menu.
On macOS, simply click once on the active (non-editable) area of the image.
Photoshop Elements will allow you to crop the active area of the image.
You can also crop an image in the same way by pressing the Shift key and clicking on the active area of the image.
After selecting the image you want to edit, you can press the C key and drag the mouse to move the crop window.
Drag the window around your active area of the image to crop it.
It will look like this:
You can drag the crop window to the right and left of your image to resize it.
You can also click-hold down the Crop Tool (the keyboard shortcuts on a Mac are the same as Windows) and drag it to the left or right
When I decided to put together an almanac project, I chose one that was relevant to the digital age. So, what better topic than “Web 2.0” (which refers to the use of new web technologies)? My almanac went through a period of development before I was ready to put it into the public domain. During that time, it gained several sources of audio, video and images. I set up a Twitter account specifically for this project. I also translated all of the content into Spanish. I changed my website URL to this almanac. almanac.us. Blog and Amazon affiliate links are linked throughout.
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Unable to get URL’s using BeautifulSoup in Python
I’m trying to scrape the URL’s of the Amazon reviews for a product using BeautifulSoup.
I used an example from the bs4 docs and modified it and it returns this error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “C:\Python27\scraping.py”, line 5, in
pages = soup.findAll(‘a’)
AttributeError: ‘list’ object has no attribute ‘findAll’
from bs4 import BeautifulSoup
# input = ”
input = ”
r = re.compile(‘\w+://([^/]*\.(amazon|com|co\.uk))’)
soup = BeautifulSoup(urllib.request.urlopen(input), ‘html.parser’)
pages = soup.findAll(‘a’)
for i in range(len(pages)):
How can I fix this?
The error is because the findAll() method
TRUE LOVE (1972)
Somewhere out there, a teenage girl has come across a copy of Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds,” and is convinced that the story of killer birds that attack people is based on her current life situation. Or maybe she’s just always been able to put the right pieces together. One way or another, she goes for a midnight walk on the beach, and just as she approaches the shoreline, she sees a flock of birds flying overhead that appear to come from nowhere and dive-bomb the beach; the girl fears that she might die the same way. Following the birds, she finds herself in a town where everyone appears to be lurking on the beach, either feeding or lying in wait.
Jennifer O’Neill (Karen Black) finds herself on the run after witnessing her fiancé (Robert Blake) attack her mother (Eleanor Parker). She makes her way to a hotel — the fashionable Las Vegas Sands — and goes looking for her fiancé’s lawyer, Blaine (Don Murray). Upon learning of O’Neill’s whereabouts, Blaine sets out after her, and the rest of the film sees them both trying to escape together.
The story — based on a book by Dorothy Bowman and Joan Didion — is rather simple. The dialogue feels a bit stilted at times, with some of the characters speaking, as if under the impression that their dialogue was being recorded instead of heard. And, despite the hectic nature of the plot (and the presence of an attractive young blonde on the cover of the movie’s poster), the characters just don’t seem to get along. They don’t hate one another, but instead it’s more of an outsider-smarts-the-tricks-everyone-else-is-playing thing. The script’s logic is so weak as to be comical, and some of the dialogue borders on groaner-than-thou lines.
But those are the only things the film gets wrong, as it’s actually quite decent. For one, it’s a surprisingly compelling story, and actually forces you to think a bit about the characters’ motivations. Blaine’s character is the most sympathetic here, and the script makes him a wonderfully confused man who’s trying to make things right by the poor girl. Karen Black, who
* 3GB RAM
* Windows 7 or above
> Press the START button to enter the game.
> Click on the PAL tab to open your weapon.
> Press the RIGHT ARROW to select a weapon.
> Click on the V.A.T.S button to activate V.A.T.S.
> Click on the SQUARE button to activate the “Rebound” function.
> Click on the TRIANGLE button to activate the “Ducks and